Mulligan's Second Chance

2009 World Series Champs


Congrats to the Hawaii Waves!

Our first ever repeat champion. Ten seasons in having 10 and having 9 different champs is amazing. Hawaii hung on to their division lead in a highly competitive western division. Ultimately they went up against the seasons batting juggernaut in the Crawfish. The Waves jumped out to an early lead but the Crawfish stormed back to force a Game 7. Unfortunately for the Crawfish, Tom Seaver was on the mound and closed out the series and cemented his status as the World Series MVP.


World Series MVP: SP Tom Seaver 27 IP / 1.67 ERA / .89 WHIP

Stud Progressions

EAST
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Crawfish:
Hurricanes: Billy Hoeft 1953 > 1955
Independents: John Franco 1993 > 1994
Moose:
Tea Party: Ellis Kinder 1947 > 1951
Tycoons:

WEST
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Cheese Heads: Turk Lown 1958 > 1959
Gamblers: Russ Springer 1998 > 2006
Capones:
Sasquatch: Pete Schourek 1993 > 1995
Surfers: Steve Gromek > 1954
Waves: Red Ruffing 1927 > 1930

League Chat Box

 

Pre-season PC Top 5

1. Sasquatch
2. 
Cheese Heads
3. 
Independents

4. Moose
5. Crawfish

Retired Players From Rosters

Aceves, Alfredo
Alexander, Matt
Altuve, Jose
Bannister, Floyd
Beckett, Josh
Bell, Buddy
Brillheart, Jim
Brunet, George
Bush, Donie
Camp, Shawn
Carrara, Giovanni
Cedeno, Ronny
Clark, Jerald
Colome, Jesus
Courtney, Clint
Davis, Jody
Foli, Tim
Gross, Wayne
Hansen, Dave
Hegan, Jim
Hernandez, Ramon
Hurtado, Edwin
Johnson, Roy
Kirke, Jay
Langford, Rick
Ledezma, Wilfredo
Lyles, Jordan
Matsuzaka, Daisuke
McDaniel, Lindy
McDowell, Sam
McLish, Cal
Melancon, Mark
Meusel, Bob
Miranda, Angel
Moore, Johnny
Moses, Jerry
Murray, Dale
Myers, Elmer
Norris, Bud
Pagliarulo, Mike
Phillips, Paul
Rasmussen, Dennis
Robinson, Kenny
Scarsone, Steve
Shipanoff, Dave
Spangler, Al
Swoboda, Ron
Tresh, Mike
Vazquez, Ramon
Virgil, Ozzie
Vizcaino, Luis
Wyatt, Whit
Young, Delwyn

Roster Pool History

2010
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1947 St Louis Browns
1927 Boston Red Sox
1933 Brooklyn Dodgers
1953 Detroit Tigers
1905 Cincinnati Reds

2009
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1957 Chicago Cubs
1959 Washington Senators
1985 Philadelphia Phillies
1988 St. Louis Cardinals
1992 New York Mets

2008
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1916 St. Louis Cardinals
1976 Chicago Cubs
1922 Washington Senators
1969 Philadelphia Phillies
2010 Arizona Diamondbacks

2007
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1988 Atlanta Braves
2012 Boston Red Sox
1995 Toronto Blue Jays
1995 Milwaukee Brewers
1973 New York Yankees

2006
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1942 Brooklyn Dodgers
1974 Chicago Cubs
1957 Cleveland Indians
1934 Cincinnati Reds
1990 San Diego Padres

2005
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1998 Florida Marlins
1985 Texas Rangers
1942 Philadelphia Phillies
1911 Boston Rustlers
2010 Pittsburgh Pirates

2004
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2005 KC Royals (Greinke)
1995 SF Giants (Bonds)
1888 KC Cowboys (Hamilton)
1968 NY Mets (Ryan, Seaver)
1925 Yankees (Gehrig, Babe, Combs)

2003
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1916 Philadelphia Athletics
2002 Tampa Bay Rays
1993 San Diego Padres
1990 New York Yankees
1932 Boston Red Sox

2002
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2011 Houston Astros (56-106)
1979 Oakland A's (54-108)
1994 California Angels (47-68)
2002 Milwaukee Brewers (56-106)

2001
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1904 Washington Senators
1945 Philadelphia Phillies
1953 St. Louis Browns
1942 White Sox
1970 White Sox

2000
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1976 Montreal Expos
1998 Arizona Diamondbacks
1935 Boston Braves
1962 NY Mets
2003 Detroit Tigers
1978 St. Louis Cardinals
1928 Philadelphia Phillies
1952 Pittsburg Pirates
1980 Seattle Mariners
1912 NY Yankees

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4/24/2019BEST OF THE REST - BYOT Needs Three (3)Jayslater1223
BEST OF THE REST - BYOT is currently seeking 3 new owners. Its a unique "Fave Teams-inspired" spinoff of the now defunct Cooperstown XII - BYOT.

We are completing our Season 3 World Series and will be picking franchises for Season 4 (we redraft franchises each season and keep records.) The 3 new owners are slated to pick 1st, 2nd, and 4th, so you will have a good shot at one of the easier builds if you so choose. Gimme a shout if you wish to join. PC heavy hitters Yankeebb, Dwayne323 are there, among others...

ABOUT THE LEAGUE:
Where arguably, the 12 hardest franchises to build a championship roster with in Favorite Teams leagues converge together, and each owner takes a crack at building a contender out of each club's all-time roster (since 1969).

Why 1969? It was the beginning of the Divisional Era, the ushering of expansion...it also takes away decided advantages from the Twins and ChiSox, who's '66-'68 teams feature a slew of premium pitching. It also takes away 1968 (The Year of the Pitcher) from all eligible teams. With teams like the Marlins and Rays, it seems like the fairest thing to do. We can discuss teams/cutoff years further.

Each have had their own set of issues when building a roster out of a set of four years chosen by the owner under the normal Fave Teams format. Whether its a lack of dominant offensive years (Tampa Bay, Kansas City) or hard to find pitching (Toronto, Pittsburgh, Colorado) or defense (Miami, San Diego), Best of the Rest - BYOT gives us the opportunity to try to string together the absolute best of what these difficult franchises have to offer.

****IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. PLEASE UNDERSTAND IT IS PREFERRED THAT YOU WISH TO STICK AROUND SEASON AFTER SEASON. High Turnover will render the league pointless. ***
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